Hrp 4c humanoid robot mii maker
Robots will take away American jobs! One day we,robots will rule this world. Stop freaking out people, its just a step towards singularity, we will assimilate and morph with the machines and A. I to make us immortal and vastly intelligent.
They will watch this on the future, and use it as an excuse to kill us, just sayin How many lines of codes, how many liters of coffee, how many stress before "he" stood up? Congrtaulations to all the engeners pool Miimo navigates through a combination of timers, controls and sensors and of course around your buried no-go wire line. Miimo is powered by a high performance lithium-ion battery. It is self-charging, constantly monitoring its battery level and returning to its docking station when it needs to recharge.
Here you can find the original Honda press release. The creature uses air and fluid to control its movement and color changes. By using different fluid colors this bot is able to change its color depending on the underlying surrounding. The researches say that this silicon based robot is able to move around 40 meters per hour, or up to 67 meters without the fluids. One of the actual challenges of this development is to also integrate the power source as well as all mechanisms for producing air and liquid pressure.
At this stage of development these parts are controlled from external. I wish i had such a robot for cleaning the windows for my house or for removing the dust of solar panels to get more energy out of them. If you know such robots please comment below this post and give us your information!
An initial public demonstration was held on March 16, ,  with another held at Tokyo's Digital Content Expo in to showcase recent upgrades that allow HRP-4C to mimic human facial and head movements, as well as execute dance steps. Applications for the HRP-4C may include the entertainment industry, and a human simulator for evaluation of devices.
At this demonstration, it was able to move its head and lips in time with the music, but could not move other parts of its body.
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